Yes and No, after well over a hundred years there is much work left to be done. The 100-year quest to make the voices of American women heard on Election Day was met with much fanfare in 1920, when Congress finally ratified the 19th Amendment. This year, the centennial of […]
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As America celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, some might wonder how a right as fundamental is casting a ballot took the same number of years to come to fruition for female voters. And what might even be more questionable than that is how such a right took […]
Suffrage Movement Took 100 Years To Unfold in Pre- and Post-Civil War America The first signs of the quest for gender equality at the polls revealed themselves over 40 years before the Confederate artillery shots fired at Fort Sumter in South Carolina. Those blasts, as history would have it, sparked […]
The American Association for Justice has released a groundbreaking new report detailing the fundamental truths of forced arbitration using data provided by the arbitration providers themselves. The Truth About Forced Arbitration examines five years of data on consumer and employment forced arbitrations reported by the nation’s two largest arbitration providers and found […]
Of all the places in the home where child accidents occur, the most dangerous and perhaps most unexpected one may be lurking in the laundry room. In fact, so unexpected that most articles on child home safety do not even discuss it! Tragic tales take place repeatedly in the bathroom, […]
Safety First for Automated Driving (SaFAD), a 146-page whitepaper authored by 11 companies from both the automobile and technology industries, has been published. Because the document is the first of its kind, it already has made history in the future of driverless vehicles. Aptiv, Audi, Baidu, BMW, Continental, Daimler, Fiat […]